Summer Term Applicants
SummerTerm is open to current Drew students, as well as visiting students from other colleges and universities, and high school and college graduates not currently engaged in any formal educational program. High school junior and seniors, ready to sample higher education, may also share the classroom with college students and our distinguished faculty.
On Campus Summer Classes at Drew
Tuition for undergraduate 2015 SummerTerm classes is $660 per credit, making total tuition for a four-credit course $2,640, and total tuition for an eight credit course $5,280.
Priority registration for the 2015 SummerTerm will take place beginning March 16th.
Drew students register through Treehouse Self-Service. SummerTerm is open enrollment so no PIN is required.
High School Students
High school juniors and seniors interested in attending college level classes are welcome to apply through the Early College Program. Interested students must submit the following items: an official copy of your high school transcript, a letter of recommendation from your guidance counselor, a letter of recommendation from one of your teachers, as well as a personal statement explaining your reasons for wanting to apply. Admitted students will have to provide parental/guardian permission before they will be permitted to register for classes. High school students pay a reduced tuition of $350 per credit, or $1,400 for each four-credit course offered on Drew’s campus. No discounts are available to high school students attending our off-campus summer programs. Scroll down or click here to jump to that section.
High school sophomores, juniors and seniors may also attend Drew’s non-credit Studio Art Portfolio Preparation Program.
Visiting students must be in good academic standing at their home school and meet all prerequisites in order to enroll. Drew cannot guarantee a course attended at Drew University will be transferable to another school. It is the responsibility of each visiting student to secure approval from their home schools before registering for classes at Drew. Drew can provide course syllabi to assist with this process.
Wall Street Summer Program
The program is designed for undergraduate students (including visiting students from other colleges and universities), rising college freshmen, and rising high school seniors.
- Session One: June 8 – 26, 2015
- Session Two: July 13 – 31, 2015
Classes Meet: Monday through Friday; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
Tuition is $660 per credit for summer 2015; the total tuition for 8 credits is $5,280. No discounts or scholarships apply. Additional fees not covered by tuition include travel to, from and around Manhattan, as well as meals.
This program is subject to the withdrawal/refund policies covering intensive schedule classes. Any class meeting for fewer than four calendar weeks is considered an intensive class. Students who withdraw after registering, but before the first meeting of the course receive a full refund. Students who withdraw before the second full day of the course receive a 50 percent tuition refund. Students who withdraw after the second full day of the course receive no refund.
Applications accepted from: Undergraduate students, including visiting students from other colleges and universities. This program is also open to high school juniors and seniors and students entering their first-year of college.
All students must submit an application for admission to this program. Please note that space is limited and admissions decisions will be made on a rolling basis starting in January 2015.
International students must submit official TOEFL scores and a fully translated copy of their undergraduate transcript to the Summer Term Office in addition to the form above. Please note that international students admitted to this program are required to have an F-1 student visa in order to participate in the program. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Registration for accepted students will begin in April 7, 2014.
Students who are admitted to this program will be asked to register for either BST 101 Principles of Financial Markets: The Wall Street Program (introductory level course) or ECON 281 Wall Street and the Economy (intermediate course) depending on the decision of the instructor, for a total of 8 credits
Students registering for ECON 281 must have fulfilled the following prerequisite courses: ECON 101 and ECON 102.
High school students must provide parental/guardian permissions before they will be permitted to register for classes.
Student interested in housing at Drew University should review the summer housing information. Housing is not available to high-school students.
Early College Summer Program for High School Students
To qualify for the program, students must be in the top 25 percent of their high school class with demonstrated academic and extracurricular achievement. Applications must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation, one from a guidance counselor and one from a high school faculty member, and an official high school transcript.
The cost for on campus programs is a substantially reduced $350/credit. No additional discounts or scholarships apply.
Please note that students enrolled in off-campus NY programs pay the regular semester tuition rate of $600 per credit.
The deadline for Early College applications is June 8.
Apply Now for the Early College Program
Studio Art Portfolio Preparation
Drew university is pleased to offer a series of two-week, intensive studio art portfolio preparation classes designed for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in majoring in art in collect or simply have a love for art.
All classes will take place in Drew’s outstanding art facility, the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, which has state-of-the-art studios and other learning spaces designed specifically for art students.
Mixed Media Works on Paper
Use drawing, painting and sculpture skills to create a series of works on paper.
Materials unique to printmaking — collagraph, monotype, etching and relief — will be used to make rich, colorful images. Emphasis will be placed on developing visual language with texture, layering and spontaneous application of ink using non-toxic approaches. We will use copper plates and a corrosive salt (no acid!) for etching, and build collagraphs with cardboard, thin textured materials and glue.
Discussion of contemporary art practice will take place as students sample approaches to describing pertinent issues and concerns with evocative, multilevel print techniques.
July 6 – 16, 2015
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
Professor Ahni Kruger
In this class, students will learn the basics of drawing. Through use of line, shape, mass, space, texture and color, and drawing concepts like contour drawing, gesture drawing and negative shape drawing, students will experience how these visual art elements and concepts transform into art that can effect us emotionally, physically, psychologically and intellectually.
This class is designed to afford the student a strong foundation in basic drawing concepts. A variety of materials will be used for the purpose of experiencing how their personalities can influence content. Class critiques will help students to verbalize the relationship between the real world and the world of drawing.
August 10 – 20, 2015
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
Professor William Mutter
Tuition for each class is $875. Tuition does not include the cost of supplies, which is estimated at approximately $200 per class.
Once your registration has been processed you can expect to receive an email asking you to activate our Drew network account which will give you access to a Drew email address and your student portal online called TreeHouse. Billing statements are only available in electronic form through TreeHouse; paper statements are no long mailed to the student’s home addresses.
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Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Drew reserves the right to cancel courses at any time. A full refund will be issued if a course is cancelled by Drew University.
All cancellations MUST be made in writing by emailing email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. A full refund, minus a $50 processing fee, will be issued if the student withdraws two weeks prior to the scheduled start of classes. A 50 percent refund, minus a $50 processing fee, will be issued prior to the start of the second class meeting. No refunds will be issued after the second class meeting, and no exceptions will be made.
Information for Admitted Students
In order to be better prepared for the start of Summer term, please visit our admitted summer students page for information on billing, disability services, parking passes, network accounts, ID cards, classroom assignments and more.